In this interview, the topics covered were cost cutting rather than tax increases, government accountability, telecommuting, marketing Sheridan and the State for jobs and businesses and hospital management/medicaid.
This morning I was interviewed on the Public Pulse radio show with Kim Love. The interview starts at 24:20 on the audio file then began again at 42:46. Let me know your reactions, concerns, comments.
Eaton's Ranch was this week's site for the Rotary Lunch. This 7000 acre, 135 year old family owned "dude ranch" exemplifies the best of our tourism and agriculture economies. Without the wide open spaces preserved by ranches, we would not have the draw for those seeking the "old west experience."Read more
It was my honor to stand with dozens of other women veterans this morning at Sheridan College. The only known publicly displayed replica of the Vietnam Women's Memorial was unveiled at a ceremony on the Veteran's Plaza.
Saturday was a beautiful early spring day, just perfect for exploring local shopping.
I started at the farmer’s market at Landon’s. Local vendors offered baked goods, beef, eggs, artisan cheese, unprocessed dairy and winter wheat berries. Great conversations on availability of meat processing and the cost of medicare. Looking forward to next Saturday’s market.
New shops and old favorites line Main Street. I started on one side of the street and popped into one retail store after another. The variety of local and Wyoming produced items is impressive. Each person I talked to had obvious pride and passion about their goods. Traffic was steady and I was told the area residents' year-round support is as important as the visitors.
At Twin M, I had to have a bracelet from a line founded by two women veterans and West Point grads. The leather belts and handbags crafted on the second floor are on my list for the next visit.
Just down the street. I couldn’t pass by a beautiful opal ring shown here that was designed and made by the owner of Wynot Design. On the other side of Main, the craftsmanship of rustic furniture at Accents of Wyoming caught my eye.